Syed Ali Geelani lauds Pakistan's stand on Kashmir, reveals secret letter
Syed Ali Geelani lauds Pakistan's stand on Kashmir, reveals secret letter

Two weeks after NSA-level talks between India and Pakistan derailed over the latter`s insistence on raising the Kashmir issue and meeting the separatist leadership, the Hurriyat`s hardline faction led by Syed Ali Geelani has lauded Islamabad for standing firm and calling off the talks.

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Pakistan says no dialogue with India unless all issues on agenda
Pakistan says no dialogue with India unless all issues on agenda

Prime Minister's Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said on Monday that they would not resume dialogue with India unless all the bilateral issues are put on the agenda.

India, Pakistan reach out to Western media on NSA-level talks

The NSA talks may have been called off, but India and Pakistan are actively seeking out the influential Western media to put forth their respective points of view -- with an eye on the UN General Assembly next month.

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Centre evaded talks with Pakistan on Kashmir: Hurriyat

 Moderate Hurriyat Conference on Tuesday accused the Centre of "evading" the NSA-level talks with Pakistan by refusing to discuss Kashmir, an issue it described as the main reason for the "huge trust deficit" between the two countries.

Scrapping of NSA talks: Hafiz Saeed pressurised Pakistan?

Is Hafiz Saeed the main reason behind the cancellation of India-Pakistan NSA talks?

Illiterate people in government call Hurriyat leaders separatists: Ram Jethmalani

 Senior lawyer Ram Jethmalani said on Sunday that it was gross misunderstanding to call Hurriyat leaders as separatists.

Pakistan stands exposed by skipping talks on terror: BJP

Pakistan stands exposed in the global arena on the terror issue after it pulled out of NSA-level talks, BJP on Sunday said and refuted Congress' charge that past gains have been dealt a setback.

Protests in Srinagar against Syed Ali Shah Geelani's house arrest

Protests by separatists breakout in Srinagar against Syed Ali Shah Geelani's house arrest

Unfortunate, India does not want to discuss Kashmir: Hurriyat

The Syed Ali Shah Geelani-led Hurriyat Conference on Saturday said India`s policy of non-inclusion of the Kashmir issue in the NSA level talks with Pakistan was "unfortunate".

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No NSA-level talks if subject deviates from terrorism: Sushma Swaraj

There will be no talks with Pakistan if it insists on making the Hurriyat a third party or discussing Kashmir, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said.

Hurriyat are not representatives of Kashmir, says Venkaiah Naidu

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said Kashmir Hurriyat leaders were not representatives of Jammu and Kashmir and added that the Valley is an integral part of India.

Sushma Swaraj's presser on NSA-talks: Here are some key points
Sushma Swaraj's presser on NSA-talks: Here are some key points

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday reiterated that India welcomes Pakistan NSA Sartaj Aziz only if talks are confined to terror, and Hurriyat is not involved. In the process she also said that Pakistan has time till 12 midnight today to assure that the talks will be on terrorism.

Kashmir very much on agenda: Pakistan

Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz on Saturday saying that India would be responsible if the NSA-level talks scheduled to be held in New Delhi are not held. Aziz asserts that Kashmir is very much part of agenda as agreed in Ufa.

 

Omar suggests shifting NSA-level talks venue to Islamabad
Omar suggests shifting NSA-level talks venue to Islamabad

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday suggested shifting the venue of Indo-Pak NSA-level talks from Delhi to Islamabad to call Pakistan's "bluff".

India cancels NSA-level talks with Pakistan

A deadlock over Kashmiri separatist leaders on Friday cast a cloud of uncertainty over the upcoming Indo-Pak NSA-level meeting after the two countries engaged in strong exchanges but neither side was willing to blink.

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Pakistan rejects India's advice, says interaction with Hurriyat an established practice
Pakistan rejects India's advice, says interaction with Hurriyat an established practice

Toughening its stance, Pakistan on Friday turned down India's 'advice' not to hold a meeting between its NSA Sartaj Aziz and Hurriyat leaders in New Delhi, saying it will not "depart from an established practice" of interacting with them.